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How does “Reputation” work?

If a user with reputation 1 gets a down vote, his reputation is not lowered. Are the down-votes considered, when the same user gets some up-votes?

Supposing that a user gets 3 down-votes and 3 up-votes for a question he made, will his reputation be 15 or 9?

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

It will be 15 assuming all the up votes are cast after all the down votes.

Down votes that are made when a user already has the minimum reputation, are simply ignored.

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Yes; I meant that all the down votes are cast before all the up votes. –  kiamlaluno Jul 10 '10 at 12:29
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The minimum possible rep is always 1 in every case.

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This is why if you think you have any idiocy that you really can't control, it's best to get it out of your system right away. :) –  Jaydles Jul 10 '10 at 14:11
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